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11 Ways to Make Summer Travel Easier With Kidsby  

Here are 11 tips to help make summer travel easier with kids…so fear not, when it comes to the thought of traveling with your family! Savor the memories!

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Why I Love Being a Mom: Share Why You Love it Too!by  

It’s all too easy to consider all the hardships and trials of motherhood. So let’s pause today and look at why we love being a mom…and let’s share it.

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Summer Organization Tips for Work-at-Home Moms (and Other Moms Too!)by  

Juggling the demands of working at home calls for summer organization tips! Here are some great resources to help as you prepare for summer and kids being home.

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How to Stay Positive and Avoid Being Bored as a Momby  

Let’s face it: motherhood is challenging, and one of the challenges we can face is boredom. Let’s talk about staying positive and avoiding that mom boredom!

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Staying in Touch with Your Teens…Even When You’re Not a Night Owlby  

Staying in touch with teens is important to every parent I know…but how do you do it when you are NOT a night owl? Here’s my strategy and a few tips.

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For the Mom Who Does it All (Except Take Care of Herself)by  

Are you the mom who does it all? If so, this post is a reminder that you are a person too…someone who needs cared for and looked after (with tips to help).

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Why You Need to Destress and Refresh for the Holidaysby  

Instead of running yourself ragged during the holidays, destress and refresh using these tips so that you can enjoy this special time of year.

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You can’t ruin a baby {grace for the mom feeling confused & overwhelmed}by  

Feeling overwhelmed and afraid? New momma, don't fear – you can't ruin a baby! Here's grace for new moms, and any other mom feeling confused and stressed! Note: This post might not be saying what you think it is. It... Read More

Confessions of an imperfect homemaker (and how I survived my darker days)by  

I vividly remember this one lovingly-but-terribly prepared stir-fry that I served to dear friends just months after having my first baby and becoming a full time homemaker. The beef was so tough and badly cooked, you had to chew, chew,... Read More

10 Ideas for Celebrating Christ at Christmas with Young Childrenby  

This post was originally published in December of 2012 but we find these suggestions to be a great list to revisit each year for inspiration and ideas as to how to introduce the holiday season to your little ones! By Jessica Smartt, Contributing... Read More

A Day in the Life: Stacy {Mom of 3 Striving for Change While Living in Grace}by  

By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer This is my third year writing a day in the life post for Keeper of the Home. And I must say, it feels strange! It's caused me to reflect over how my life has changed... Read More

A Day in the Life: Rachel {Jam-Packed Busy Mom of 3}by  

By Rachel Marie, Contributing Writer I've been a mom for 7 years now and in no way am I am expert, but I am getting much better at this gig than I was when I first became a mom. A few... Read More

A Day In the Life: Hilary {Homeschooling, Work-at-Home Mom of 2}by  

  By Hilary Bernstein, Contributing Writer As I write this Day In the Life post, my family has just started our school year. As a homeschooling, work-at-home mom of 2, I’ve tried to create an ambitious daily schedule to fit... Read More

A Day in the Life: Andrea {Stay-at-Home Mom to Teenagers}by  

By Andrea Green, Contributing Writer I captured our day in the life on the first day of school for my girls. This first day of school is extra special in our house because my oldest daughter is a senior this... Read More

A Totally Overwhelmed Day In The Life: Jessica {Mom of three: 5, 3, and 2-week-old}by  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer If you read my title, you might be thinking: of course it's an overwhelming day. She has a 2-week-old baby!! Was she thinking it would be otherwise!? And you're right! When Stephanie told us that September would... Read More

What I Wish I Could Have Told My Pregnant Selfby  

By Hilary Bernstein, Contributing Writer This post is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical conditions; talk to your doctor or midwife about pregnancy, postpartum and newborn concerns. You know how hindsight is 20/20? I wish I had a... Read More

5 Books Every Child Should Ownby  

Looking for some new reads for your little ones? Check out my list! By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer I don't have many vivid memories from my pre-teen years (gratefully, perhaps?). But a few memories randomly stick out, oddly clear and... Read More

When “Natural” Isn’t Working: Hope For the Discouraged Crunchy Motherby  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer When my son was 18 months old, I put him down for his afternoon nap. Nothing unusual, except he had a bad cold, and was feeling yucky. Thirty minutes later, I heard him wake up,... Read More

10 Questions for Expectant Moms to Ask BEFORE the Third Trimesterby  

Christina has been a semi-regular guest poster over the years here at KOTH, and I love her posts for several reasons, but the main one is that she is nothing if not well-researched and thorough. Her meaty posts show off... Read More

Outdoor Scavenger Hunt Ideas for Kidsby  

The days are getting longer and the snow is finally melting, which means it's time to get outside and play! After a long winter, I'm beside myself excited to get outside with my toddler and baby. Whether you're taking a... Read More

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